The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
December 15-18, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Please note: Recorded presentations are still being processed and added to the site daily. If you granted permission to record and do not see your presentation, please keep checking back. Thank you.

Saturday, December 17, 2005: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Palm B (Convention Center, Second Floor)

Symposium: Digital Imaging In Entomological Studies: A Sense of Science and an Expression of Art

Organizer(s): Jeffrey C. Miller,
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:40 PM0875Shooting tropical caterpillars through a digital camera: Perils, frustrations, techniques and fun
Jeffrey C. Miller,
2:05 PM0876Virtual and real intelligence: Software and hardware for insect identification  [ Recorded presentation ]
Andrew Moldenke,
2:30 PM0877Virtual reality and the art of digital motion: Insect animation and 3-D models
Jacob C. Miller,
2:55 PM0878Revealing insect microsculpture: 3-D image reconstruction using the confocal laser scanning microscope
Valerie Schawaroch,
3:20 PMBreak
3:30 PM0879Ultra high resolution flat-bed scanning and mega-prints: Viewing moths by mastering two fields - art and entomology
Joseph Scheer,
3:55 PM0880The role of photomicroscopy - with enhanced depth of field - in rapid detection/identification of insect pests
James LaBonte,
4:20 PM0881Building a dynamic website: Digital delivery with a query
Hang-Kwang Luh,
4:45 PM0882Pixel flow through the desktop digital darkroom: Macrophotography and caterpillars up close  [ Recorded presentation ]
Jeffrey C. Miller,
5:10 PMConcluding Remarks

See more of Symposia
See more of The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition